- LinkAVP: Evolution
- PlatformsAndroid, iOS, OUYA
- Release date2013-09-27
Alien or Predator? Which side is yours?
If you like the Alien VS Predator franchise you’ll love AVP: Evolution on the OUYA. Choose your destiny! Want to be a state-of-the-art combat Predator or the living weapon, the Alien.
Your life as Alien starts as Facehugger where you first have to find a host to breed in. As you see in the gameplay video I really sucked as Facehugger! :/
After your ‘birth’ you start as a baby and evolve to the terrific Alien. Engineer your own Alien with character upgrades and enhance your abilities. There are many special moves and extras. As Alien you call Facehuggers for help in the battle, you have the Alien Vision and ‘Headbites’ restore your health (which looks really cool btw).
Or do you actually prefer to be a more sophisticated weaponized being? How about you get into the role of a Predator who’s trying to reunite with his tribe? Well then you first need to get all of your weapons back! How the hell could you lose them man? Especially to some freaking humans!!!!!!!!!!!
Yeah, yeah we know you’ve actually never wanted to kill again but there is this feeling again. As soon as you taste your first drop of blood your blades start speaking to you again. Oh what is that? They want you to rip out a human’s head and have the spine still attached to it? Well you can do that as a nasty, bloodthirsty Predator. Of course, you keep that as your trophy.
When your blades are too boring, and you’ve finally managed to fight your way through the stupid humans you can pick up your amazing shoulder laser torpedo weapon … uh .. things.
In essence, the Predator and Alien missions are two completely different games, within the same setting.
The visuals of AVP are awesome. It’s probably the best looking game on the OUYA so far. As you can choose which side to play on, it means in effect you have two whole different games to play, each with its own storyline.
Some special moves and finishing kills are visually cool done. Due to is heavy gore level this game is definitely not for kids, but we had a hell lot of fun with it!
The price of $4.99 for actually two games in one is more than fair.
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